Saskatchewan patients have the shortest total wait times in the country to see a specialist, according to the Fraser Institute’s annual survey of Canadian specialists.
The Government of Saskatchewan is committing to renew its 10-year agreement with Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) beyond 2020 to provide helicopter air medical service in Saskatchewan. The province will also fund one of the three new helicopters needed in Saskatchewan as part of the organization’s plan for fleet renewal.
The results from this year’s work of the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS), which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, will be featured at the 49th Saskatchewan Geological Open House beginning this morning in Saskatoon.
Premier Scott Moe has returned from his first trade mission to India. During the trip, Premier Moe made stops in New Delhi and Mumbai and met with a number of Indian government and business leaders to advance Saskatchewan’s trade interests.
New Requirements Effective March 15, 2019
The Government of Saskatchewan has joined the world in recognizing December 3, 2018, as International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Harm reduction services in Saskatoon are getting a boost thanks to a multi-year funding agreement between the Saskatchewan Government, Indigenous Services Canada and the Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC).
Construction to bring Scotty, the world’s largest T.rex to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is underway, but that doesn’t mean the RSM is closed to the public the entire time.
Winter Weights Begin Early Monday
A new Police and Crisis Team (PACT) in North Battleford will improve how front-line policing services respond to people in mental health crisis situations.